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Innovative solutions to public food procurement

This report is a case study on the Greater Manchester city-region food system. It looks at how the city’s commitments on net zero and access to sustainable, healthy food can be met, drawing on interviews with 20 participants from across the food supply chain. The report discusses food waste auditing, procurement standards, procurement processes that enable small businesses to take part in contracts that otherwise have complex paperwork, collaboration between local caterers and suppliers, and investment in kitchen capacity in public institutions, urban agriculture such as allotments, and vertical farms to provide fresh food all year round.

Read the full report, Being Brave: Innovative solutions to public food procurement, here. See also the TABLE explainer What can be done to shift eating patterns in healthier, more sustainable directions?

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22 Mar 2022
Being Brave: Innovative solutions to public food procurement
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